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Old 03-18-2013, 01:54 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by Racer111v View Post
Weak clutch springs would allow the clutch slip, not drag. I would go ahead and replace the springs, but I'm betting it was something else you did that solved the problem.
+1

glad that the problem is sorted out but i think the same as above.


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Originally Posted by hennessyktm View Post
I read of some guys removing the slave itself and bleeding it when removed from the bike thus getting out trapped air. I am going to try that. Also tracking not to pump/touch the lever with the stock slave off the bike. I know Iíve bled this bike to death, but I donít know what else to do.
If you ever think of actually doing this, don't pull the clutch lever with the slave dismounted. The hydraulic pressure will force the slave piston out of the bore, damaged by the retaining circlip which will be pushed out of its groove. resulting in a wrecked clutch slave unit.

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